Stop False Dac Reporting
The DAC reporting services, now known as HireRight is regulated by the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) which is an American Federal law codified at 15 U.S.C. Â§ 1681 that regulates the collection, dissemination, and use of consumer credit information.
The FCRA, along with the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), forms the base of consumer credit rights in the United States. Trucking companies knowingly and willfully submit false reports to the DAC Services against professional truck drivers as a means of retaliation, control and blackballing their driving careers. Furthermore, DAC will approve these false claims without fair and unbiased investigation regarding the dispute process provided to drivers in their response to the false claims.
Although the driver can follow DAC's procedures for dispute, the ability to have the false accusations removed from their DAC report seldom occurs. Truth About Trucking, LLC is preparing to submit a letter to the appropriate Senators and Congress members in order to bring this issue to the attention of our legislators.
We are asking for your signature to show support for this much needed legislation and to help STOP false DAC reporting against our nation's drivers:
"We the undersigned, are requesting that the U.S. Government enact legislation that will protect truck drivers from the false accusations that trucking companies and/or their employees are reporting to the DAC Services, and that a complete, fair and unbiased investigation be conducted before such report can be filed and for those who report such false claims to be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law."
This petition is set-forth by Aubrey "Allen" Smith of Truth About Trucking, LLC.
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UPDATE: California Law Firm updates their DAC Report Class Action Registry. New Website via: http://www.workerscounsel.com/dac-report-class-action/